Grateful Dead Live at Mickey's Barn on 1971-08-21
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
The tape was stopped and restarted between each track; there is no major loss at the start of any of the tracks except perhaps the very first one.
- Sony TC-24 with supplied Sony stereo mic > Nakamichi Dragon (no Dolby) > Sony D7 DAT > DTC-700 > optical digital cable > Zefiro ZA2 > Sound Forge > SHN
- Novato, CA
- Audience - Sony TC-24
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Mickey's Barn
Subject: Nice Jams
Subject: 5 stars, 4 german sheep herder
'that what it was like.
its an excellent AUD ,stop "prissin" for a matrix from 71 from samrick.
just adjust ur treble and lower your bass
there is PLENTY of sound to enjoy.
i love 66 -96 , this is gold. unrefined YES!
still , its gold ! rejoice, yereka!!!!
Subject: Interesting...but that's it
The last Tuning Jam (#11) is the jazz/swing standard, Bye Bye Blues.
Geeez, this is so good to listen too.
Subject: such good music
Subject: I love this!
I think I can identify some of the jams:
Jam #1 - No idea...
The Wall > Jam > The Wall
Jam #2 - Sounds like "San Francisco Bay" to me... anyone else??
Jam #3 - This is clearly "Hide Away", listen to the show at the Harding Theater and tell me it's not...
No idea about the other jams... :(
Twang me on! Then all that noodly pickin'--captivating! Always one of my favorite lil' soundscapes, that song. On a funny note, anytime I would hum Ghost Riders and mimic the twangy guitar sound when I was 20 years younger, my little brother would go nuts and start howling and crying. Not sure what Freud would make of that, but it gave me some kicks for sure! Great session for the Archives. Thanks
Subject: this is nice
Subject: "Garage Band"
Subject: Just AMAZING!!
AND it's LOTS of FUN as well...would love to have actually been there! Dont pass this one by!!
Subject: a barn!
BTW, the name of the final Tuning jam is the old J.P. Sousa march Stars & Stripes Forever.
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